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SARIBADYASAVAM – Ayurveda For Hormonal Imbalance & Excess Body Heat

SARIBADYASAVAM

Sitaram’s Saribadyasava is an Ayurvedic remedy designed as per the text Bhaishajyaratnavali to pacify Pitta dosha and thereby manage associated complaints like acidity, acid reflux, heartburn, acne, etc. Saribadyasavam is a cooling combination of drugs that soothe the heat and acidity of aggravated pitta. It is beneficial in relieving chronic inflammatory disorders of the gut and urinary tract. It naturally detoxifies the blood and is highly nourishing.

Key points:

  • Remedy for acidity and gas trouble
  • Natural remedy for acid reflux
  • Best Ayurvedic syrup for hormonal imbalance, especially in females
  • Relieves burning sensation and prevents overheating
  • Quickly pacifies inflammation and associated pain
  • It improves blood circulation and enhances hemoglobin levels
  • Manages urinary tract infection
  • Cools and calms the body
  • Mitigates heartburn
  • Soothes skin sensitivity
  • Cures acne

Does your body heat up quickly? Are you more prone to inflammation and associated complaints?  Have you ever experienced a sudden burning sensation and heartburn? Is your skin vulnerable to rashes and pimples? If yes is your answer to all these questions, your pitta might be in trouble.

Sitaram’s Saribadyasavam

Pitta is one of the three doshas of the body according to Ayurveda. It is the entity that is in charge of regulating the body temperature, temperament, digestion, metabolism, vision, inflammatory changes, skin complexion and sensitivity, thirst and appetite, intelligence, and much more. Pitta is the fiery, feisty, and fierce one among the thridoshas. While it facilitates numerous body functions when at normal levels, aggravated pitta can be a menace- you may experience a burning sensation all over the body, you may have to go through heartburns, gastritis, abdominal pain, and acid reflux may trouble you, your skin might get all itchy and prickly, acne may start to appear, etc.  In order to calm down pitta, the herbs with cold potency and cooling effect are to be used.

Benefits

  • Calms the heat of pitta from the inside and provides a deeply cooling and refreshing experience to the body
  • Enhances metabolism
  • Cleanses and detoxifies the body by being an effective antioxidant
  • Quickly reduces burning sensation
  • Purifies blood and promotes circulation
  • A potent anti-inflammatory agent that helps manage infections and pain associated with them. Especially beneficial for chronic inflammatory conditions
  • Manages urinary tract infections and prevents the recurrence, especially in females of menopausal age
  • Manages anemia by raising blood hemoglobin levels
  • Improves skin health
  • Effectively cures acne, blisters, heat rashes, and hyperpigmentation
  • Manages stress and anxiety and restores mental peace
  • Sweet, with syrupy consistency, which makes it palatable for everyone including kids

Ingredients

  1. Sariva (Hemidesmus indicus)- also known by the name Indian Sarsaparilla or Naruneendi in Malayalam, Sariva is a widely used herb in Ayurveda, especially for the management of gastritis, nausea, and menstrual problems due to hormonal imbalances. Ancient scholar Charaka has included it in the category of jwarahara (that which relieves fever) and dāhashāmaka (that which mitigates burning sensation), due to its remarkable ability to lower the body temperature. It balances all three doshas. Sariva is also helpful in relieving skin diseases and itching. It is a potent antioxidant that helps to flush out toxins from the body.
  2. Lodhra (Symplocos racemosa)- Being known as the divine drug of Ayurveda, Lodhra mainly cures gynecological issues. When powdered, it nourishes the skin and leaves it blemish-free and wrinkle-free. Lodhra helps detoxify the skin and provides a cooling effect. The phytoconstituents like triterpenoid saponin and Beta-sitosterol provide Lodhra with an anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory action.
  3. Pippali (Piper longum)- ancient Ayurvedic texts refer to pippali (thippali in vernacular language) as a medicine and spice at the same time and is used as a prime ingredient in several Ayurvedic formulations. Pippali fruits have been reported to alleviate allergic conditions by reducing cytokine action, respiratory hyperresponsiveness, and eosinophil infiltration. Used for treating tuberculosis and airway tract infections. Piperine, the alkaloid in Pippali, is anti-carcinogenic and inhibits excess cellular proliferation anywhere in the body. Also, it exhibits antioxidant property that prevents free radical poisoning. Piper essential oils are effective analgesics- they pacify the pain and give instant relief.  It boosts the macrophage activity thereby promoting immunity.
  4. Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)-Commonly known as Amrutha or Chittamruthu in vernacular languages. Guduchi is highly praised for its anti-inflammatory action and the ability to pacify all three doshas. The extract is used in fever and in rhinitis conditions. It has antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, anti-arthritic, antiseptic, anti-allergic, and anti-diabetic properties. Alkaloids like Berberine arrest degenerative changes. The essence of Guduchi (Guduchi satva) is also given to children for managing various inflammatory conditions.
  5. Rakta Chandana (Pterocarpus santalinus)- the rakta chandana or red sandalwood is a skin-friendly herb known for its brightening and antibacterial properties. Being a potent wound healer, it is one of the drugs with cool potency, so it soothes the body with its refreshing effect. Rakta chandana cures acne with its antibacterial activity. It is also used in managing skin conditions like eczema and dermatitis.

Musta (Cyperus rotundus), Katurohini (Picrorhiza kurroa), Ela (Elettaria cardamom), Kushta (Saussurea lappa), Draksha (Vitis vinifera), Chandana (Santalum album), Patha (Cyclea peltata), and Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) are the other ingredients worth mentioning. All these are of cold potency and they cool the pitta to bring down the paittik features such as elevated body temperature, heartburn, inflammations like gastritis, acid reflux, and menstrual disorders. Also, most of them have an anulomana property that helps to correct the course of vata and facilitate smooth bowel movements.

Dosage

  • For adults: 25-30 ml twice or thrice daily after food.
  • For Children: 10-15 ml once or twice daily after food.  The dosage can vary as per the directions of the physician.

Precautions

  • Asavas are mildly alcoholic preparations, as an alcohol base makes them efficient and quick-acting. But the alcohol content is only in trace amounts so it is suitable for everyone.
  • There are no known side effects of this formulation.
  • Safe for children and adults.
  • Lactating women can consume in low doses.
  • Pregnant women should only use it as per the physician’s advice.
  • Safe to use with other medications.
  • Sweet in taste, so diabetic patients may have to use this cautiously.

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